Zain Bahrain signs deal for Amlak’s new project

Zain Bahrain will supply, install, test and commission the service for the new residential building.

  
Zain headquarters building in Kuwait. Image for illustrative purposes.

Zain headquarters building in Kuwait. Image for illustrative purposes.

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MANAMA: Zain Bahrain has signed a strategic partnership with Amlak to provide state-of-the-art fibre optic services to Amlak’s new residential development Burj Al Saya located in Busaiteen, northern Muharraq.

Under the terms of the partnership, Zain Bahrain will supply, install, test and commission the service for the new residential building.

Connecting and wiring Burj Al Saya with modern fibre optic services will provide quick and fast communication to the residents of the building, giving them the opportunity to experience high-capacity data seamlessly over long distances with the most robust and stable connectivity solution.

Burj Al Saya is a new residential development by Amlak, featuring two twin towers comprising 128 apartments, a two-storey parking building, and 13 retail units on the ground floor.

Amlak is the real estate investment arm of the Social Insurance Organisation.

Zain Bahrain Enterprise sales manager Yazan Zaytoon said, “Zain Bahrain is privileged to work closely with Amlak to help meet the specific requirements of their new residential development. This landmark project is in line with Zain’s Bahrain long-term objectives to be at the forefront of the innovation of the digital transformation and next-generation technologies and services to expand and enhance the network.”

The telecoms firm has a newly launched fibre-optic broadband service, with a new range of connectivity services for homes, businesses and enterprises.

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